Common Fears about Urethral Sounding

Urethral SoundingUrethral sounding is fun and exciting. It can be very intense and pleasurable. There are many people who enjoy this sexual activity to the fullest and consider it one of the most exciting sexual things you can do.

However, many people, particularly newbies, also have numerous fears about urethral stimulation. It is okay to be scared: after all, urethral stimulation does bring some risks and you need to know how to avoid them. This is why it’s important to follow all safety guidelines and to consult a kink-friendly doctor who can help you stay safe during urethral play.

Here are some common fears about urethral sounding:

  1. I Will Not Be Able to Insert Sound

This is one of the most common fears beginners have. It is not unfounded: inserting sounds and other urethral toys does take some practice. However, it is not impossible. You need to go slowly and carefully. Keep in mind, this is not something that can be rushed and it will not happen out of nowhere. Many people need to dedicate some time in order to be able to insert their urethral toys. This is why it’s best to start with shorter toys ideal for beginners. Also, it might help to use urethral stretchers and trainers first. These are special urethral toys that will help you stretch your urethra so you can insert larger toys. Others prefer to use urethral sounds from the beginning. If you choose to go this way make sure to be patient and to go slowly. This is a process that will likely take some time.

  1. Sound Will Go Too Deep

Most urethral sounds are long enough to go very deep. They can reach your prostate or even bladder. This is good news if you wish to try deep urethral stimulation but not all people are into this. If you are a beginner at urethral stimulation you should not insert your toys too deep. The good news here is that the sound will not slip too deep on its own. It may go down your urethra all the way to the base of your penis but even this is not considered deep. If this happens, you can easily get the sound out without problems. In fact, putting the sound deeper than this requires some effort so there is not really fear that it might go even deeper. The best way to prevent the sound going too deep is to go slowly and gently. You are the one controlling the sound so make sure not to goo too deep. This may be difficult in the heat of the moment but it is possible. You need to be careful about this. It comes with practice so people with more experience can usually relax during sounding and still control their toys without going too deep.

  1. Sound Will Hurt My Urethra

This is one of the most important things you can think about when it comes to urethral sounding. It is, indeed, very important to make sure that the sound doesn’t hurt your urethra. There are many safety guidelines you should follow to prevent this. First of all, make sure to use only proper urethral toys. Never use random objects or household items for sounding. Make sure that your urethral toys are of high-quality. This will help keeping you safe. Another thing to think about is to be careful during sound. Make sure to go slowly and use plenty of lube. There are many men who enjoy urethral stimulation to the fullest and never hurt their urethra. However, it is important to be very careful and familiar with safety guidelines in order to avoid problems. Sounds should not hurt your urethra but you need to be careful and go slowly.

  1. I Will Hurt Myself if I Cum With Sound Inside

This is something you need to be careful about. Many people enjoy to ejaculate with the sound inserted, while others do not like the feeling. If you cum with the sound inside you can expect some leakage (the semen will drip next to the sound). Keep in mind that sounds rarely provide a tight fit. In other cases, the sound may block the semen so you may experience retrograde ejaculation. This happens when the semen goes back to the bladder and is expelled from the body at next urination. For many people, this is safe, but this is not something you should do often. In other words, cumming with the sound inside is safe in most cases. However, there are men who should not do this because of medical reasons. This is why it’s best to consult a kink-friendly doctor before you even attempt urethral sounding, particularly ejaculation with the toy inside. You need to make sure that it is safe for you to cum with the sound inside. If it’s safe from a medical point of view chances are that you will not hurt yourself. There are many men who enjoy to cum with a urethral toy inside and they don’t suffer injuries.

  1. My Body Will Hurt After Sounding

This is another reasonable fear. After all, sounding can seem very invasive as much as it’s pleasurable. However, it should not hurt. In fact, pain is a warning sign that something is wrong. While some people, particularly beginners, feel some discomfort or even mild pain, this should never be pronounced. Sharp pain is a major warning sign. If you feel something like this, make sure to consult your doctor immediately. Luckily, this doesn’t happen often. You need to go slowly and use plenty of lube to minimize the risks. Most people don’t have this complication (see above). Again, urethral sounding should not hurt. What you may experience, particularly as a newbie, is some burning sensation during urination. This happens often after sounding, even for those people who have lots of experience. However, this burning should not be too uncomfortable. If it persists, make sure to consult your doctor because it might be a sign of urinary tract infection.

About Craig:
Craig Rutledge is a staff writer for TheChainGang. His main interests include sex toys for men, particularly urethral sounds and ball stretchers. He is also a proud owner of numerous body piercings. He says: “I am happy to contribute with my experience and knowledge about various penis toys and stretching devices. There is still so much unknown about things like urethral sounding, ball stretching or male chastity and it needs to change. I will share my experience and advice in order to help men, young and old, to discover these toys and have the best fun”. In addition to writing, Craig also answers questions and provides handy advice for people learning more about extreme sex toys for men.

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  1. Sure looks like that PA wants to move out of the way for that. Show us the result

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